Fan immediately ejected after cursing Warriors' Thompson

Fan immediately ejected after cursing Warriors' Thompson

Fan immediately ejected after cursing Warriors' Thompson
Golden State Warriors PF David West told ESPN the fan shouted "F--- you, b----. You m-----f-----."

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Griffin Gurley
Griffin Gurley 6 days ago

Then they should start throwing players out every time they say a bad word. If you are going to treat the fans like kindergartners do it to the players too.

Reynaldo Stargell
Reynaldo Stargell 6 days ago

Klay Thompson in 2016: “Obviously people have feelings. People’s feelings get hurt if they’re called a bad word. I guess his feelings just got hurt.”

Klay Thompson in 2018: 😭😭😭

Brian Muhleman
Brian Muhleman 6 days ago

The fan said mean words to me, please ushers help me. Didn't get touched nor in his face just gave him a piece of his mind. Fans pay for seats which pays for the players salary, since when is it ok to throw out a fab cause they said mean words?? Boston would have to eject half their fans every game due to things said. Grow up and suck it up, they are words and words don't hurt

Tom Donahue
Tom Donahue 6 days ago

When you've gone to the Finals 3 years in a row, and overwhelming favorites for a 4th year in a row, you should expect other fans to call you various names with (or without) expletives.

Joe Shephard
Joe Shephard 6 days ago

OMG!!!! I know it wasn’t right to say what was said,but they’re just words. What has the world become when we can’t just ignore the babblings of the ignorant. To kick someone out for something they say is borderline fascism imo.

Mike Clayton
Mike Clayton 6 days ago

pretty sure a fan can say what he wants to an opposition player. was that mot the norm in the 90's and 2000's? the best teams played in hostile environments cause the fans tried to get under their skin. that player is soft as baby s&$t if he was actually offended by that

Mark Smith
Mark Smith 6 days ago

Don't let this distract you from the the fact that in 1966, Al Bundy scored four touchdowns in a single game while playing for the Polk High School Panthers in the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, including the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against his old nemesis, Bubba "Spare Tire" Dixon.

Michael Collins Royster
Michael Collins Royster 6 days ago

I am a Warrior fan...going back to the 80’s teams...lived through many years of terrible teams...etc etc...I get what everyone is saying here..however...If you watched the game...you saw Klay go up for a fast layup and was fouled pretty hard and fell -slide under past the hoop ...next to the camera man...as he lay there the fan stood up leaned forward over him..said what he said as he was laying there checking his parts....it was the context of someone yelling over you...that’s all....

Adam Scott
Adam Scott 6 days ago

As a bucks fan they got him out right away. I don't care how much you paid for a ticket the guy shouted and stood over the man. Also you are lucky that wasn't cousins or some enforcer you would have gotten smacked.

Don Bean
Don Bean 6 days ago

It's society today. We have a skewed moral compass. This type if behavior is the result. Not only is the NBA fan gonna behave in this manner, but the players are too.

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